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My Darling Duke (Sinful Wallflowers)

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Book Binge is offered (and accepts) review copies of books from authors, publishers, publicists and other third party distributors. It was by no means bad and I would potentially recommend this to people but I don't think I will be rereading this book. Soon, they are involved in a chase, a clash of wills, and though he once vowed to never love again, he burns for the enchanting Miss Danvers. I loved the writing style so much and I don't know if this can be fully classed as a Beauty and the Beast retelling but there were definitely some hints throughout that it could be one, with Kitty saying that Alexander hides away in the West Wing of his home like the Beast does! She's a woman with desires and wishes, and also some secret inclinations to be a little bit wicked, and the binds of the ton and respectability weigh her down a lot, and stop her from doing a lot of things until the Sinful Wallflowers make a pact, and the Duke of Thornton comes to town.

The love that both Alexander and Kitty held for one another went skin-deep and I found myself at the verge of tears multiple times throughout this entire book. Before she knows it, Katherine has transformed herself into Kitty Danvers, charming and clever belle of the ton - with everyone eager to meet her thankfully absent fiance.because she claims she’s engaged to the reclusive, hasn’t-been-seen-in-town-for-seven-years (daaaammmnn) Duke Thornton, Alexander Masters. Alexander is curious as to what she is about with this ruse, so he decides to venture to London for the first time in a decade to meet this imposter.

Before she knows it, Katherine has transformed herself into Kitty Danvers, charming and clever belle of the ton —with everyone eager to meet her thankfully absent fiancé.

I mentioned Alexander’s staff before, but I really liked the other ladies in the Sinful Wallflowers club as well. Diary entries fancifully addressed to TV host Ellen DeGeneres serve as flashbacks to Lily’s teenage years, when she met her first love, Atlas Corrigan, a homeless boy she found squatting in a neighbor’s house. Despite the book having some of the more classic tropes I actually thought the story was so unique due to the wonderfully written characters. I loved seeing her grow and change over the course of the story, becoming more comfortable and confident in who she was and what she wanted. He’s relearned to walk although the doctors had said he wouldn’t, but he still has to spend a good deal of time in a wheelchair.

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